Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 30th Nov 2009 19:37 UTC, submitted by -ujb-
Morphos The MorphOS team seems to be on a roll. Recently, they added support for the PowerPC G4 Mac mini models from Apple, meaning it suddenly became a lot easier to get your hands on a computer capable of running MorphOS. As expected, the team has now announced that a release with PowerMac G4 support is coming as well.
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Looks like all that great PPC hardware...
by madcrow on Mon 30th Nov 2009 21:31 UTC
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... that Steve Jobs and company have declared "unworthy" of running the newest versions of OS X have found a great new home in the Amiga-like community. With support for the Mac minis and now the high-end G4 workstation towers, powerful hardware for running Amiga software has probably never been cheaper.

@Porcel: MorphOS is quite stable itself and offers many advantages over Linux as a client/workstation OS. Yes it's a bit expensive, but it seems to be an absolute speed demon with a wonderful UI and great compatibility with classic Amiga software, so it seems quite worth it for me.

Edited 2009-11-30 21:41 UTC

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